Licensed and Trained in Backflow Testing Certification and Service
At Benjamin Plumbing our skilled team of professionals are trained and licensed to test, repair, and install your backflow prevention device.
What is Backflow?
With a normal plumbing system the water in your toilets and sinks are “flushed” out in a sucking motion to get rid of waste and “dirty” water. When backflow occurs, the water reverses and the suction actually pulls the “dirty” water into the clean water supply system causing a potential danger of being exposed to harmful chemicals and waste.
Importance of Backflow Preventer Testing
Municipal and State plumbing codes typically require the installation of backflow prevention devices in most commercial building, and some residential buildings. Staying up to code on your plumbing regulations can help keep your employees, customers, and residents safe. And prevent a huge headache down the road when it comes to repairing the damage if backflow did occur. A backflow inspection must occur annually to ensure that you have the cleanest water for your business.
The plumbing systems that often require a backflow prevention devices and testing are:
- Any food serving establishments
- Commercial establishments/buildings
Your Friend in the Plumbing Business
The safety of your employees, customers, and/or residents is number one priority for you. Making sure that you are satisfied with our service is number one priority for us. When it comes to backflow inspection, trust a plumbing company with 56 years of experience in the industry, trust Benjamin Plumbing. With us, you have a friend in the plumbing business. Which is why we offer 24/7 Emergency Services and Scheduled Services to help you with any backflow preventer testing or repair.
Contact us today to make sure your commercial plumbing system is up to code!